Child development professionals
Ann and Karen WolffEducational Consultants
Ann and Karen Wolff are Educational Consultants with over 40 years of experience working in the public school system between the two of them. Ann is a retired teacher with over 25 years of experience working from Kindergarten to grade eight, while Karen is a high school teacher with 18 years of teaching expertise. Together they are a force to be reckoned with, a mother-in-law/daughter-in-law team who share the same last name and the same passion for helping others. They work to help students become successful lifelong learners by always considering the whole child – socially, emotionally and academically.
Before working with Morneau Shepell, Ann was a Special Education Resource Teacher, Literacy Coach and Adjunct Professor. She worked in all areas of Special Education to guarantee the needs of each student were met, including identifying and programming for the child’s strengths and needs by developing Individual Education Programs, and ensuring that each student received appropriate instruction.
Karen has also worked with a variety of exceptional students at the high school level. She served as the Curriculum Leader of Achievement for Caring and Safe Schools and is an expert in designing curriculum to meet the social, emotional and academic needs of students.
Ann and Karen offer a variety of services, including academic assessments, school placements, Individual Education Program writing, and transition planning and support. They also observe students in class and attend school meetings, working with students and their families to address concerns and create an individualized blueprint for future accomplishments.
Together, they are proud of the success stories that they have helped to write.